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B13 | Hazel wood, shamballa & shiny pink

Baby & Toddler Necklaces (11" - 13")

Size Chart

Our 11" (28 cm) necklaces usually fit children up to 2 years old. Make sure the necklace stays under the baby’s chin so they won’t be able to put it into their mouth. You should be able to place two fingers between the necklace and the baby’s neck. We suggest 13" (33 cm) necklaces for children between 2 and 4, and 14" (36 cm) necklaces for children 4 to 10.

For adults:
Bracelet Size Chart
Snuggly wrap a measuring tape around your wrist and refer to the chart above. Most popular sizes are 7" (18 cm) for women and 8" (20 cm) for men. Many women like to wear the 9" (23 cm) bracelet as an anklet. There may be a difference of 0.25" from one model to another (so for example, a 7" bracelet may measure from 6.75" to 7.25").

The bracelet has to be as close as possible to the skin, but not too tight, otherwise you won’t be comfortable with it and the elastic could lose its resistance over time. When in doubt, we suggest measuring your wrist and choosing the larger size.

For safety reasons, we do not recommend bracelets for 3 year olds and under. 
Sale price£12.00
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The original teething necklace made with 100% natural Canadian hazel wood and a safe clasp. Discover the hazel wood benefits to help relieve teething pain, colic, constipation, eczema, acid reflux, and other sources of inflammation.

Suggested Ages

  • 11" (28 cm) Necklaces : 0 – 2 years
  • 13" (33 cm) Necklaces : 2 – 4 years

Make sure the necklace stays under the child’s chin so they won’t be able to put it into their mouth. You should be able to place two fingers between the necklace and the child’s neck.

B13 | Hazel wood, shamballa & shiny pink
B13 | Hazel wood, shamballa & shiny pink Sale price£12.00

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Votre petit collier est une merveille. Les gens me disent que c'est de la pure folie de croire que le collier diminue le mal de dents, mais moi j'y ai vu une très grande différence. Continuez votre beau travail.

Francine C.

I purchased my first necklace when my daughter was 6 months old and had one tooth already. I figured better safe than sorry! I did not realise how much it really helped until recently. 18 months later, with all her teeth in (never having had drooling or diaper rash problems) her necklace broke. I figured, why bother buying another when all her teeth are in? That thought process lasted for all of 1 week. I soon decided that I had seen enough diaper rash to last me a lifetime and rushed out to purchase my second necklace. My father has purchased one, for his ulcer and upset stomach, and I am considering buying one for my husband and one for myself. Boy, am I glad I went with the "Better safe than sorry" theory.

Anne McConnell

While travelling to Quebec last December, my 5 month old daughter started crying in a shopping mall. Away from home and unable to comfort her, I ran into a pharmacy and saw the Pur Noisetier necklaces. I had heard of them through some Quebec mommie friends, but was not sure they would work. But I had nothing to lose so I put the necklace on and off I went. Although I had been giving homeopathic medicine to my daughter every day for the past month, from the day she wore the necklace, I did not have to give her any more. I told my friends about it and converted a bunch of them to Pur Noisetier Hazelwood necklaces! Thanks.